THE DENIAL OF DESENT AND THE CRIME OF ADULTERY BETWEEN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LAWSUITS
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 33 part 2, Pages 307-341
AbstractThe hasband may find himself sterile and must prove his infertility by medical report, yet his wife has givien birth of his children، so would this report which is one of the most scientific advanced deny his descent to these children، or the child is legitimate and then on place to deny his descent and thus no place to say that the wife commited the crime of adultery. Furthermore, does this have different consequences resulted in bothcases civil and criminal, for example if the hasband was charged with the crime of fornication and then the victim has given birth to a child who is a thief, later he found out, after his denial of committing the crime, that he was infertile according a medical report and he cannot beget legitimatly or unlawfully. Such issues is core points addressed in this summary paper using resolutions issued by the Iraqi judiciary.
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